Bodyguard and Guardian


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Bodyguard noun – Someone who escorts and protects a prominent person.
Guardian is a synonym for bodyguard in guard topic. In some cases you can use "Guardian" instead a noun "Bodyguard", when it comes to topics like protector, minder.
Synonyms for Bodyguard


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Guardian noun – A person or group that watches over someone or something.
Usage example: the state became his guardian when he was put into protective custody

Bodyguard is a synonym for guardian. You can use "Bodyguard" instead a noun "Guardian".
Nearby Words: guard, guardianship, guardsman
Synonyms for Guardian

How words are described

good good bodyguard good guardian
female female bodyguard female guardian
devoted devoted bodyguard devoted guardian
current current bodyguard current guardian
Other adjectives: original, single, powerful, actual, real, male, huge, young, personal, new, chief, former, silent, last, competent, older, robotic, self-appointed.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit Wuxia: It's a fantasy/adventure epic about a wandering spearwoman seeking to atone for the 8 lives she took, by saving 8 lives in return - who eventually finds herself acting as both guardian and bodyguard to a banished prince, in order to save a kingdom.
  • Literature / Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit Secondary Character Title: The Guardian of the Spirits on the title is Prince Chagum, while the protagonist is Balsa, his bodyguard - or the guardian of the Guardian of the Spirits.
  • Bodyguard Crush Zauriel, from Justice League of America, was a guardian angel who had a Bodyguard Crush on the woman he was watching over, causing him to to be exiled from the Heavenly Host.
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